I knew Leon Kass, former Chairman of the President's Council on bioethics and University of Chicago professor, had some odd ethical views. But I didn't realize these ethical views entailed it being a negative change that has taken place between now and an unspecified bygone era that men no longer "distinguish[], as did the culture generally, between women one fooled around with and women one married, between a woman of easy virtue and a woman of virtue simply. Only respectable women were respected; one no more wanted a loose woman for one's partner than for one's mother." Read the whole piece if you're interested in hearing what people think who are sincerely opposed to autonomy of women. Or see S.Z. and Kieran mocking him.